Ever feel like your rights were violated by someone who was treating you for a mental illness?
Ever feel like your family member or ward with an intellectual disability was not treated fairly by a provider agency?
If so, you have the right under Wisconsin law to complain about how you were treated. DRW has developed a self-help packet that will guide you, step by step, through the process of filing a grievance against a provider.
The free and fully accessible packet explains:
• what rights you have as a patient or client;
• how to draft an effective grievance;
• how quickly you should receive a response;
• how to appeal a decision you don’t agree with.